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    Posted March 26, 2010 by
    Lancaster, California
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    Transgender messages

    My name Is Orrion Not Brandi


    I think what people should know is, I am a person. Cut me and you will see red....just like everyone else. I am was born into this world as a female, as I have grown, I have learned and accepted that I love women, but loath being one. I am 98% man, only 2 things hold me back right now. It is those 2 things that our society defines men and women. Why define nature, I am who I am not so much by choice but because of knowing. I was born into this world with the right heart and sole, but wrong body. I am not a freak, nor am I seeking attention. I just want to be seen for me and not everything in between. Good luck to others like me on their paths and journey's, may we all find peace.


    essentionaly me

    if you could see through my eyes, you would see a
    parallel of skies, not ever knowing why, you might
    question what's ahead. So many thoughts so many
    screams sometimes I wish I were dead, don't let the
    brick mislead you for I and I alone may someday need
    you.  So many trends and so god damn many bends, which
    path do I take the one to fortune and fame or the one
    filled with sorrow and shame. Some might say it's all
    a game but they're the ones who carry the blame, in my
    kaleidoscope of skies you'll see a lot of tears and hear
    my cries, I’m never too sure why,.... I want out of my
    chains to set foot and flee, I just want my soul to be
    free, free of chaos, free of loneliness, and most of
    all free of the confusion that makes me.

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